Only Juventus. For them, the Champions League is not a dream, it’s a seasonal objective. They’re currently equipped to match Barcelona, Madrid et al. Indeed, the Juventus side that got into the final against Barcelona two seasons ago might have won that final had they had a little more self-belief. A lot of the players I’ve spoken to from that game say they were a little too reverential towards Barcelona in the opening stages of the game.
Their strengths? You have the Italian national team defence of Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini, for starters. In midfield, you have German, Sami Khedira and later in the season, Claudio Marchisio is expected to return. Up front, you have €90 million Argentine Gonzalo Higuain, partnered by compatriot Paulo Dybala, one of Juve's best players last season.
This summer Juventus did an old trick, along the lines of Bayern Munich. In other words they bought the best players from the squads of their closest rivals, namely 36 goal striker, Higuain of Napoli and Bosnian, Miralem Pjanic of Roma. At this point, you could argue that Juve basically have two first teams. For example, guys like Moroccan centre back Medhi Benatia and Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic could start a lot of games on the bench.